"If you have ever tried to access a Windows box remotely, it is
very likely you suffered a lot of frustration. Remote desktop works
great... but only when you have a stable broadband connection to
your remote machine. In GNU/Linux you (as usual) have a choice--you
can connect remotely, both graphically and text-based (for maximum
performance) using at least a few methods described in the
"As you know, Windows XP works only in a graphical environment.
Thus, when we connect to it remotely, we are condemned to use the
GUI. This is called 'remote desktop' and it works great... but only
when you have a stable broadband connection to your remote
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